You’ve just started sketching cars, or you’re looking for the extra step to reach international standards.
You want to pick-up on your missing skills, and go step-by-step to open the doors to a world-class car design studio.
I’m a car designer, and I’m here to share with you my knowledge and experience. I had education in both industrial design and car design. Ford, Italdesign, and Design Storz are some of my latest work places as well as Hidromek (construction vehicles). I always believe that self-improvement is a must in design fields. We learn, interact, and get inspired by each other. I want to bring it to the next level for you and anybody who is interested in car design. With my courses YOU will have new skills, and will understand car design much better. So come on, join me, and let’s sketch some cars together! 🙂
We will go through lighting, shadows, reflections and colour work. I will show you the basics and all advanced techniques that you need to know for sketching cars with Photoshop, as well as developing a series of sketching styles, so you can reach international standards.
It contains over 8 hours of video + Photoshop brush pack + All photoshop files which are created in the course.
There are 2 parts of this course:
Part 1 is for beginners. If you’ve never opened Photoshop or if you are not confident, then part 1 is for you.
Part 2 is for more experienced Photoshop users. If you’ve got a minimum of skills, but you’re not always happy with the results, or you need to understand what brings a sketch from basic to amazing.
If you want to go from zero to pro, you have the option to take both parts together, which is cheaper overall.
The entirety of the course is online, on the special private section of the leManoosh website.
You will find all modules and videos there, accessible anywhere, anytime! All you need is an internet connection.
It also works perfectly on tablets, iPads and phones.
You have the possibility to leave a comment under each video, so feel free to ask here, don’t be shy, maybe your question is the same as another student.
I respond to your questions and bring my support so that it helps you to go over the problem you are facing.
You need to have a drawing tablet (ex: Wacom), iPad, laptop/computer or any device that can run Photoshop.
If you plan on using shortcuts to be more efficient, a keyboard is always welcome and ergonomically better. 🙂